In my area, the Pepsi doesn't call itself "throwback" anymore, but some of the cans say "real sugar" on them, so I ASSume it's the same thing.
I'm over 50. I doubt that I pick up new stuff as quickly as I did in my 20s, but I have much more discipline and experience.
I got 10 good years from my Saturn. And no rust problem.
I live in the Midwest, and though most new houses cost more than 80K, many older houses are less. Sometimes quite a lot less, depending on the area.
Nah, that will get wiped out when the sun blows up. We need a backup outside the solar system.
Seriously, fuck this guy. His next step since he can't get anyone to buy his product voluntarily will be to explain to some legislators over dinner (his treat) and maybe a round of golf (ditto) why it's a good idea for them to mandate it. One way or another, our boy Scotty gonna get paid.
The link that supposedly refutes the argument that people are paying for things they wouldn't otherwise pay for doesn't actually refute anything. Rather, it characterizes the current situation as "socialism"; "Cable TV is socialism that works."
I do not want to contribute to ESPN. Nor the myrid "shopping" channels. Or the "Christian" networks. Or any of the other dreck that pollutes this world. Even if that means the things I do want aren't as well subsidized for the lack of fuhtbawl knuckle-heads.
Whatever.... I can't remember how long ago it was that I last paid a cable bill. My vote has been cast. Join me and cut these bloodsuckers off. You won't miss it.
Since I can tell time on my phone, I want to make calls on my wristwatch.
Yup! I drive 30 minutes each way to work. Based on how long it took on the bus at the old workplace, I'd guess at least 90 each way to my current job.
They seldom even check for a signature.
Of course. We speak American on this side of the ocean.
An adjustable seat also adds weight, which increases fuel costs.
When I was a kid, there was no technology.
Some of the banks require easier passwords than cloud storage services. One of my banks used to prohibit special characters, and I've heard of banks that limit password length.